Penn State Wrestling: Byers Recalls the Season That Ended in Heartbreak

Penn State Wrestling: Byers Recalls the Season That Ended in Heartbreak

In what has become an annual tradition, I sat down with Byers on Wednesday to review the Big Ten tournament and look ahead to the NCAA tournament. What we did not know then was that the NCAA event would soon become another cancellation victim of the coronavirus pandemic. Thus, we resumed our conversation two days later to discuss the disappointment that was felt by so many collegiate wrestlers. […]

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Penn State’s 5 highly seeded wrestlers to wrestle in front of a virtually empty U.S. Bank Field at NCAAs

Penn State’s 5 highly seeded wrestlers to wrestle in front of a virtually empty U.S. Bank Field at NCAAs

Penn State wrestling coaches Jake Varner, left, Cody Sanderson and head coach Cael Sanderson will take a seven-man contingent to the NCAA Wrestling Championships March 19-21. The NCAA announced on Wednesday that only family of wrestlers will be able to attend the highly anticipated event. […]

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Fans will not be allowed at NCAA events, including Minneapolis' wrestling championships, due to coronavirus

Fans will not be allowed at NCAA events, including Minneapolis’ wrestling championships, due to coronavirus

No fans will be allowed at the Gophers’ Big Ten semifinal in Penn State this weekend. NCAA president Mark Emmert announced Wednesday afternoon that all NCAA championship events this month and next will go on without fan attendance. This impacts Minnesota most with the NCAA Wrestling Championships, March 19-21 […]

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Penn State sports to continue without spectators as coronavirus suspends in-person classes

Penn State sports to continue without spectators as coronavirus suspends in-person classes

Penn State will hold sporting events, including Saturday’s semifinal game in the Big Ten men’s hockey tournament, without spectators while students conduct classes online-only through April 6, the athletic department announced Wednesday. Penn State announced the sweeping changes, effective through April 3, as colleges across the country […]

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